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of it don't even try. >> i remember when we swept the lakers, that was a fundamental victory, and there was nothing the lakers could say. >> bill: that's right. what a big guy this morning. >> did you see the picture of prince fielder, verlander -- will is a picture of justin verlander wearing a t-shirt that said property of pablo sandoval. >> oh. that is a bet gone bad. >> yeah. >> bill: we'll talk to the mayor of indianapolis a little bit later, and check in with the weather editor of the "washington post." but first -- >> announcer: this is the "full court press." >> paul mccartney again through cold water on the rumor that youco own know was responsible for breaking up the beatles. a new interview that while it was difficult to always have yoko around, that was certainly not the cause of them breaking up. >> bill: that's like the grassy knoll. >> he doesn't have to say it. i'll say it. >> i thought paul mccartney was dead. [ laughter ] >> meatloaf may be supporting mitt romney and singing for him on stage, but that's all he'll be doing, because he n
are in, but they suggest that lakers' throughout the u.s. government are very rarely formally punished. the second point is that there are a lot of leaks of classified information. i doubt that i need to provide much foundation for that point to this audience, but a government report, the willard report, an interagency task force in 1982 called classified information leaks daily, a routine daily occurrence in washington. there is a claim that their daily. the w. m. decommission public report in 2005 referred to hundreds of serious press leaks across information over the past decade alone. the third point is that most of these classified information leaks are potentially prosecutable. the willard report again from 1982, virtually all cases the unauthorized disclosure of classified and permission potentially violates one or more federal statutes. the main statute involved has a lot of insecurity that i won't rehash here, but generally you have to prove that the defendant knew his or her actions were unlawful, that information was not already in the public domain , and in some circumstanc
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